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Signs You May Need Trauma Therapy

Many individuals in the United States will encounter a traumatic event at least once in their lifetime. However, many individuals do not properly address this trauma. If people do not receive proper trauma therapy services after experiencing a traumatic event, complicated mental health conditions can form. Sometimes, people pretend that the trauma hasn’t changed their…

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How To Be A Mental Health Advocate

Over the last few years, awareness surrounding mental health conditions has grown and this has helped reduce the stigma around these conditions. One of the major reasons why mental health awareness is more commonplace is because of mental health advocates. These individuals continuously increase mental health awareness by sharing their struggles and reminding others that…

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Recognizing The Early Warning Signs of Mental Health Conditions

Severe mental health conditions like bipolar disorder and schizophrenia do not usually just appear one day. Most of the time, the individual’s friends, family, and coworkers begin to see small changes or feel that something isn’t normal. In some circumstances, you may be able to see the changes in your feelings, thoughts, or behavior before…

The Spring arrival is no cure for depression

Spring Arrival is No Cure for Depression

Recently, Rose Hill Center’s Cheryl Wallace and Jessica Davis were featured in multiple publications, including the Oakland Press. Our Vice President of Services, Cheryl Wallace, took the time to speak about the misconceptions about changing seasons and depression. In fact, spring arrival is no cure for depression. Why Spring Arrival is No Cure For Depression…